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>> carolyn: good morning, thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. novato fire investigators are looking for one or hour arson enlists suspected of setting a spree of fires last night. it started in the ignacio area that was told by a dozen or more grass fires on the hillsides nearby. this one burned up to a house, but no serious property damage. novato has been plagued by fires over the years. they think it was probably the work of kids. >> we probably have an idea these are juveniles. we don't know for sure but that is direction we're leaning. our arson investigators are on the scene. >> carolyn: they won't give specifics how those fires are being started. anyone with information should contact novato police because they are the ones leading this investigation. >>> in the east bay, investigators believe faulty smoke detectors may have led to a deadly fire in bay point. contra costa fire crews were called to the valley oak town homes yesterday morning. fire chief says the body of a woman in her 60s were found in the building. the fire destroyed one unit and damaged two other
>> carolyn: good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. just a few hours until the san francisco 49ers meet and we hope beat the new york giants in the playoff game. action takes place at candlestick park and the fans are ready. john alston joins us live from outside the parking lot and the excitement begins to build. >> reporter: the party has started and so has the rain. it just started sprinkling a short time ago and expected to get a lot worse. people in rvs setting up barbecue pits getting ready. we found one gentleman that came from humboldt county as he did for every home game. >> we're regulars here. we come down every home game. we park here at least one day ahead of time. it's allowed. so we have a good time and get together and chew the fat. >> reporter: they have couple more hours to chew the fat. the parking lot opens at 11:30. gates open at 12:30 and kickoff is at 3:30 this afternoon. some problems with new orleans fans saying they were abused, san francisco police will keeping an eye situation. police have undercover officers wearing giants outfits and th
>> carolyn: good morning, i'm carolyn tyler. we are getting an exclusive look this morning at the mess occupy oakland demonstrators made inside city hall last night. nearly 300 protestors were arrested during a niet day and night of confrontations with police. sergio, the mayor took you on a tour of the damage. >> reporter: good morning. they did give us a first look of the damage that was done by people that forced their way into city hall. a lot of damage is restricted to a broken window and papers strewn throughout the lobby area and graffiti and also the california and american flags were taken out to the front of the city hall and burned. last night, the mayor and her staff said they are tolerance for violence, occupy demonstrations in oakland has come to an end. >> city hall were was a target of the demonstrators when a few people forced their way in and made a mess of the place. jean quan voiced her frustration. >> occupy oakland has to stop using oakland as the playground and people in the occupy movement have to stop making excuses of this behavior. >> at the heigh
tonight. >> thank you. good morning, everyone. thanks nor joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. six young people are recovering this morning after being shot at a sweet 16 party in antioch. police say about 80 people were at the house party on wilmont lane when it suddenly turned violent around 10:30 last night. police say a fight broke utility -- out in the garage between two groups, quickly escalating into a shootout. one person was taken by helicopter to a walnut creek hospital and underwent surgery -- injury to the leg. others have less serious wounds. the victims age in range from 13 to 21. >> football parties will soon be starting around the bay area, ahead of the championship game. and some are already camped out hoping to be one of the first to tailgate. parking lots open at 11:30. fans from both teams are ready to claim victory. abc7s nick smith went to a local sports bar where the pregame celebration began last night. >> let's go giants! >> let's go giants! >> giants fans have invaded san francisco. and if sheer enthusiasm were enough to secure the nfc championship game, the crowd at a
for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. dozens of police remain on guard at oakland city hall this hour after arresting nearly 300 occupy oakland demonstrators last night. tear gas and gas bang grenades mark the most turn plant clash with police since their encampment was torn down last november. there were last arrests at the downtown ymca. one band of roaming protesters also vandalized city hall. the damage inside is still being assessed this morning. sergio reports. >> city hall became one of the targets of demonstrators when a few people managed to force their way in and make a mess of the place. a visibly flustered jean quan voiced her frustration with the latest demonstration. >> the occupy oakland has got to stop using oakland as its playground and that people in the community and people in the occupy movement have to stop making excuses for this behavior. >> at the height of protestors during the day, demonstrators squared off at police. some tossed objects at officers and police responded with flash bangs and nobody grenades. as the day war on, several conflicts erupted, like this on
, dan, carolyn, the camera is shaking behind you. the wind is picking up as well and the rain has been soaking the bay area. let me show you live doppler 7hd and you can see where the heaviest rain is falling. as we pan around it is starting to move out of the north bay. they are reporting very heavy rainfall right now. but the heaviest rain as you can see clearly here on live doppler 7hd is indicated in the yellows around concord and livermore and alamo, out toward fremont and even the south bay and san jose. san mateo and the peninsula is getting clobbered with heavy rain. the santa cruz mountains has already picked up more than four inches of rain, and you can see where it is. let's show you the rainfall tote will tas here. 4.5 in ben low man and santa rosa and mill valley is almost 3.5. over an inch in san francisco. livermore, a third of an inch. and here are your wind gusts. it has been gusting out of the southwest. gusting to 53 miles an hour at sfo. hang on tight. there are a couple mover -- more hours of the wet, windy weather, but another storm is coming. more on that in a mi
patel. it is really coming down out there. >> yes dan carolyn the camera is shaking behind you. the wind is picking up as well and the rain has been soaking the bay area. let me show you live doppler 7hd and you can see where the heaviest rain is falling. as we pan around it is starting to move out of the north bay. they are reporting very heavy rainfall right now. but the heaviest rain as you can see clearly here on live doppler 7hd is indicated in the yellows around concord and livermore and alamo, out toward fremont and even the south bay and san jose. san mateo and the peninsula is getting clobbered with heavy rain. the santa cruz mountains has already picked up more than four inches of rain, and you can see where it is. let's show you the rainfall tote will tas here. 4.5 in ben low man and santa rosa and mill valley is almost 3.5. over an inch in san francisco. livermore, a third of an inch. and here are your wind gusts. it has been gusting out of the southwest. gusting to 53 miles an hour at sfo. ha
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details about kennedy's proposal to carolyn. the constant strain on their marriage and why carolyn almost didn't get on the couple's ill-fated flight 12 years ago. >>> let's begin on a thursday morning with breaking news. the surprising new totals from the iowa caucuses. chuck todd is nbc's political director and the chief white house correspondent. he's in rock hills, south carolina this morning. two and a half weeks ago we thought mitt romney won by eight votes, now it appears that rick santorum won by 34 votes. will this impact the race? or should it impact the race at this stage? >> well, will it and should it? it is interesting. because when you look at how mitt romney has spun his first two victories. he talked about it was historic and the fact that no republican had ever won both iowa and new hampshire in the same year. and in fact, 72 hours ago we were talking about almost a coordination. he was going to go 3-0. well here he is now in a 48-hour period and a week ago for mitt romney thinking he was about to go do something that nobody had done before. and either side, win all thre
revealing details. about the marriage of jfk jr. and his glamourous wife. carolyn before their fateful flight. >>> here we are. right up here on the big screen. good morning, everyone. i got to tell you, when you see these stunning new pictures of lauren scruggs, out with her family, just weeks after her horrific accident, it just her doing so well. we have more on her recovery coming in. >> she's coming back so quickly. >>> and, boy, newt gingrich coming on strong. new polls out this morning show he's really surging. lots of momentum coming up. a strong debate on monday night. can he overtake mitt romney? is there time? we'll get into that a haechtd >> also ahead, big weather ahead. i know you're headed to chicago. up to a foot of snow right there for a little later. a big storm headed to the major snees cities in the north. >> we haven't had much here, right? >> except for halloween. that was the last time we had it. >>> to the latest on the cruise ship disaster off the coast of italy. new questions about why it took so long to evacuate. and what the captain is saying about why he go
for joining us. good morning. i'm carolyn tyler. six young people are recovering this morning after being shot at a sweet 16 party in antioch. police say about 80 people were at the house party on wilmont lane when it suddenly turned violent around 10:30 last night. police say a fight broke utility in the garage between two groups and quickly escalated into a shootout. one person was taken by helicopter to a walnut creek hospital and underwent surgery for a lead wound. others have less serious wounds. the victims age in range from 13 to 21. >> it will parties will soon be parting up a over the bay area ahead of championship game, those are football parties. and some are already camped out hoping to be one of the first to tailgate. fans from both teams are ready to claim victory. abc7s nick smith went to a local sports bar where the pregame celebration began last night. >> let's go giants! >> giants fans have invaded san francisco. and if sheer enthusiasm were enough to secure the nfc championship game, the crowd at aces bar in knob hill, packed to the rafters of nfl games, could decide the tit
. >> reporter: when carolyn hale counsels young people with cancer at vanderbilt children's hospital, she speaks from experience. ten years ago, at age 13, hale complained of back pain. doctors said it was from her backpack, but she turned out to have non-hodgkin's lymphoma wrapping around her spine. >> they hit you with so many poisonous drugs, so much chemotherapy, that you just can't help but feel lifeless. >> reporter: carolyn is part of a largely unknown group in the war on cancer. adolescents and young adults ages 15 to 39 account for more than 72,000 new cancers every year, seven times more than pediatric cancers. and unlike other groups, their mortality rate have not improved. >> our peers are suffering because there's not been medical advances that have trickled down to our age group. >> reporter: after surviving brain cancer at age 21, matthew zachary founded an organization called stupid cancer. >> young adults who don't get cancers that are easily screened, they get hodgkin's, they get sarcomas, usually not detectable cancers. so it's not like you can go to the doctor and say, "scree
notice. >> john and carolyn were one of the most famous couples on the planet. >> in a new book, "fairy tale interrupted," john's assistant, rose marie terenzio, says there was more to this couple than their public persona. she writes, john was more than a mannequin of good looks and privilege. carolyn was not this uptight, cold and guarded person. >> sometimes he was incredibly sweet and genuine. she was a real person. very motherly with her friends. very caring. >> the author spoke to "people" magazine about the book, in which she reveals, despite being one of the most photographed couples in the world, even john and carolyn were surprised by the attention their 1996 wedding, a secret affair, generated. >> they called rosemary and said, did it make the papers? and she said, are you kidding me? it's everywhere. >> as with many couples, terenzio says things weren't always perfect. >> it was very difficult for carolyn to get used to being in the limelight. and i think she did need some empathy on his part. >> rose marie says by the summer of '99, the couple's relationship was strained. s
, we're bringing in carolyn mckinny, the chairman of republican caucus of new hampshire and is here to continue our discussion regarding the countdown to the new hampshire primary. welcome to the program. guest: thank you, it is great to be here. host: what is the republican liberty colchis? guest: we are a grass-roots organization and we are dedicated to promoting and advancing the traditional republican principles of limited government, personal responsibility, and free enterprise within the new hampshire republican party, the state legislature, and the general public here in new hampshire. we do that through a variety of activities including supporting candidates for elective office, legislative activism, media outreach, and public education efforts. host: the parent organization has endorsed ron paul. will the rlc of new hampshire make a separate endorsement? guest: actually, as a state organization, we focus specifically on the state of new hampshire. our endorsements are limited to state offices like governors and state senators and house representatives. it is just the republ
america's golden couple. the confidant revealing details. the shocking conversation with carolyn before the fatal flight. >>> here we are. right up here on the big screen. good morning, everyone. when you see these stunning new pictures of lauren scruggs out with her family, just week after her horrific accident, it just warms your heart to see her doing so well. >> she's coming back so quickly. >>> and, boy, newt gingrich coming on strong. new polls out this morning show he's surging. lots of momentum. a strong debate on monday night. is there time to overtake mitt romney? >>> big weather for parts of the midwest. you're going to chicago. a big storm headed to the midwest and then heading east. >> we haven't had much here, right? >> except for halloween. >>> to the latest on the cruise ship disaster. new questions about why it took so long to evacuate. and what the captain is saying about why he got on a lifeboat so soon. chris cuomo is back there again today. good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning, robin. it took more than an hour after this ship collided with the rocks to cal
'm carolyn tyler. dozens of police remain on guard at oakland city hall this hour after arresting nearly 300 occupy oakland demonstrators last night. tier gas and gas bang grenades mark the most turn plant clash with police since their encampment was torn down last september. there were last arrests at the downtown ymca. one band of roaming protesters also damaged city hall. the damage inside is still being assessed this morning. sergio reports. >> city hall became one of the targets of demonstrators when a few people managed to force their way in and make a mess of the place a visibly flustered jean quan voiced her frustration with the latest demonstration. >> the occupy oakland has got to stop using oakland as its playground and that people in the community and people in the occupy movement have to stop making excuses for this behavior. >> at the height of protestors during the day, demonstrators squared off at police. some tossed objects at officers and police responded. as the day war on, several conflicts erupted, like this one near 14th and broadway. i talked to one woman who watched a
wife, carolyn bessette were killed, kennedy's assistant said the couple was having serious marriage troubles. rosemary terenzio sat down with "people" magazine to talk about the book. bessette initially refused to get on the flight in 1999. terenzio told carolyn she could go on the trip because it was a family wedding. hours later the plane crashed into the atlantic ocean near martha's vineyard. kennedy, carolyn bessette and lauren bessette were all killed. >>> coming up, new allegations facing one of the region's major utilities. why some say pepco is not paying >>> the race for south carolina is tightening up this morning as criticism builds for republican front-runner mitt romney. >>> and plans to repair the washington monument are moving forward thanks to a major donation. i'm eun yang. >> i'm joe krebs. welcome back, it's thursday, the 19th of january. let's take a live look outside. we have 31 degrees, and we have nice skies, but it is cold out there this morning. that's probably one of the warmer areas, right? 31? >> that's right. most locations in the teens. take a moment to
. kennedy jr. and his wife, carolyn bessette, his assistant says the couple were having serious marital problems. rosemary terenzio sat down with "people" magazine to talk about the book. bessette initially refused to get on the flight in 1999. terenzio told carolyn she could go on the trip because it was a family wedding. hours later the plane crashed into the atlantic ocean near martha's vineyard. kennedy, carolyn bessette and lauren bessette were all killed. >>> our time is 6:27. it's sure to get pepco customers riled up. what list the company is near the top of. >> i keep looking around thinking they have been watching me, and that they will follow me home. >>> and an elderly woman scammed and robbed. but it's how the crook pulled it off that has police particularly people! look at you! texting...blogging... all this technology, but you're still banking like pilgrims! get high yield free checking at capital one bank. why earn bupkis, when your checking could earn five times the national average!! and free atms anywhere. five times the national average!!! that's new school banking. s
, polluting the bay. more tonight from carolyn tyler. >> conveyor belt was idol this afternoon at metal management in redwood city. epa says the belt is used to move thousands of pound of shredded metal from cars to ship bound for asian 8. that belt was function oning in such a way that metal and p cb and mercury, copper, lead and p cb were ending up going directly into the san francisco bay which is a violation of the clean water act. >>reporter: the regional administrator says the p cb levels were up to continue,000 times over what was expected and the mercury 100 times. danger to fish, wild life and human. >> obviously fishermen and this is a worry for them. >>reporter: epa has taken photo of the largest metal electronic recycler in the world. and inspectors sent to the facility found evidence of pollution at both the shipping and rail car receiving areas. >> my immediate reaction to what i saw at the water edge was somewhat alarming. >>reporter: epa says the violations may have been going on as far back as 1992. agency is now demanding similar put prevention plan in place and
, no electoral votes. >> carolyn, with apologies, i got to -- >> they were the most successful. >> we're at the top of the hour with one hour left to go. and doug, a quick comment. >> one important quick comment. i think the viewers really need to understand this. when we showed the pie charts of ross perot, and he's talking about this deficit and the debt. that could be eric cantor today. but what you also need to know, what makes him a more complex and different centrist figure, how are we going to make up that money? he says, ross perot, let's tax gasoline. let's put 10 cents a gallon for five years, raise billions to pay that off. the petroleum lobby, oil lobby of texas does not like this idea of taxing gasoline. but if we would have done it back then, the so-called clean -- the sustainable, renewable energy revolution, more people paying more for gas may have triggered that new kind of innovation and of corgs the left is very much likes that. so that pie chart on the one hand it seems like a conservative pie chart. on the other hand, how to pay it is something that the democrats
and young adults. >> what are you studying? >> i'm a math major. >> reporter: when carolyn hale counsels young people at vanderbilt cancer hospital with cancer, she speaks from experience. ten years ago at age 13, hale complained of back pain. doctors said it was from her backpack but she had nonhodgkin's lymphoma on her spine. >> they hit you with so much poisonous drugs and chemotherapy you can't help but feel lifeless. >> reporter: she is part of an unknown group on the war on cancer. adolescents and young aat all times account for 72,000 new cancers every year. seven times more pediatric cancers and unlike other groups their mortality rates have not improved. >> our peers are suffering because there has not been medical advances that have trickled down to our age group. >> reporter: after surviving brain cancer at age 21, matthew zachary founded an organization called stupid cancer. >> young people don't cancer that is usually screened. they get hodgkin's, sarcoma and and not likely easily detectable. they go to the doctor and say screen me for hodgkin's. >> reporter: survivorship at
. good morning, everyone. thanks nor joining us, i'm carolyn tyler. at least six occupy oakland protestors face charges this morning, including vandalism assaulting police officers and possessing explosives after an anti-police march last night. starting around 8:00 they marched from the plaza. they snaked through downtown. they claim they have been harassed at occupy oakland events in recent weeks. some marchers broke patrol windows, vandalized news advance and someone also lit a fire near 8th and washington street. they uncovered an explosive equal to a quarter stick of dynamite. some occupy oakland protestors are condemning the actions of others saying the majority do not condone that violence. and occupy san jose they will march today from city hall to the santa clara county courthouse starting at noon. this event coincides with the court case held 126 years ago known as santa clara county versus southern pacific railroad. this 1886 case stemmed from the railroad's refusal to pay taxes. it was a dispute over ch
. and details on a new book that offers a different perspective on john f. kennedy jr.'s marriage to carolyn bessette. i'm lynn berry. thank you for watching "early today," your first stop today on your nbc station. have a good one.
"toddy on the severnn park street wheee davis lived for 17 years...neighbor carolyn bollino fondly remembers the &pman who saved the life of an plderly, diabetic neighbor several times: times:"he calls 911 but he usually gets her conscious before they get there"llss than a mile away...students at severna park high school are also in mourning. "i got back it sounded surreal" breanna ranco graduated from severna park last year: year:"it makes me grateful for everything i have goong to this highschool and being where i am, and how lucky i am" 18 year old zach rose and 19 year old brittany walker were also killed innthe crash. both were graduates of meade. tonight...friends fiil zach rose'' jessup home.in tears...zach's mother described her son as the nucleus of their family. chelsea dennis is a meade zach...she says news of the accident has devastated an entire student body: body:"ttey've already reacted to it, they're upset, highly upset" friends of the teens meeting at noon february 5th...live at meade high school tonighh, jaaice park fox45 news at ten. anothee crash in anne arundel weekend.last ni
, but the fact that it's closed right now does not detour people from coming to washington. >> and carolyn barber was disappointed her friend from colorado could not get a close-up view of the landmark, and both women look forward to the reopening of the monument. >> it would be an encouragement to come back definitely. >> reporter: no word on when the repairs will begin, but expect to hear more about that tomorrow. now back to you. >> thank you. >>> there were three more aftershocks today around mineral, virginia. that makes more than 80 aftershocks since august. there are no reports of new damage tonight. >>> outside tonight, temperatures are more than 30 degrees colder than they were last night at this time. veronica johnson is in for doug. what is going on? >> the front came in and came through the area, and our temperatures fell today and they are still falling out there, doreen. the mercury now at 21 degrees in frederick. a lot of locations at 21. and germantown, 21 degrees right now. as you might imagine, the mercury is going to continue to drop. there will be quite a few locations north o
with traffic stop nearly 2 miles away. carolyn explains what happened. >> my friend. >>reporter: roberts lost his best friend of more than 20 years today. in a strange and tragic set of circumstances this traffic mess is the end result. roberts says he was behind the wheel early this morning. his friend armed james and 2 other passengers were along for the ride. when he was stopped by annual immediate police officer. >> he said he wasn't we was going past the speedlimit. >>reporter: roberts car was impounded. alameda police say that's because had he a suspended license. it was just before 5 in the morning and this residential neighborhood. 4 people without a car. >> they were given the option of having the police officer call them a cab at their expense of course to go to their destination. they declined the offer. and then the individuals were no longer being detaped by the police department so she were on their way. >> we live far but we had to get to where we need to go so we had to walk. >>reporter: they ended up nearly 2 miles away walking along the edge of doolittle drive. re
are mother and daughter, carolyn and stacy himelheber. >>> the idea of adding more state tax to gas prices doesn't sit well with drivers. here's derek valcourt with more. >> reporter: the city says its top transportation priority is to build a redline. anne arundel said it needs to widen 175 near fort meade. add up the costs and the state would need an extra $12 billion. governor o'malley points out that's money the trust fund doesn't have. >> you get what you pay for. there's no way to build a $100 million bridge for $10 million. that's why the funding recommends raising the gas tax by 15 cents per gallon over three years. the idea is being discussed in annapolis and on the road. >> i would sacrifice 15 cents for improving the roads. >> reporter: many drivers say the price of gas is already too high, that's in part due to the cost of crude oil. another 10% goes into refining that oil, 5% for distribution, but the last 10% are taxes. for every gallon, 1.4 cents go to the -- 18.4 cents did to the government. maryland's gas rate is the sixth highest in the country, behind these five states,
violence. but he left the meeting saying he's not going anywhere. carolyn tyler spoke with the sheriff and had his reaction to that conversation. >>reporter: it was d-day for san francisco mayor lee. time for a heart to heart talk with embattled sheriff ross about his future. >> it's an opportunity time for the mayor. i would do this for any elected official or department head. if they are so distracted and i see that happening that i would ask them to consider making a personal position of their own. i don't want to putney more pressure on the sheriff. i think he has enough. >>reporter: but there's no doubt the mayor wants the sheriff to take a leave while he fights charges of domestic abuse. the sheriff says the meeting this afternoon in the mayor's office was cordial. did he ask you to step down. >> no. >>reporter: have you offered to do that? >> no. >>reporter: why do you think you can run the office effectively. >> i already am. i mean i am doing just that. at any time i'm putting in well over 40 hours a week here in the offic office. it's not a straight 8 to 5 job.
the votes carolyn tallet. >> we have two women calling in and we have called them from clinton county, from the republican party in clinton county. edith, can you hear me? >> yes, i can. >> and now carolyn is with you now? >> yes, i received a call at about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get a hold of someone from 22. and that time, they gave me a name and i tried calling, because it was late here, they were in bed and the chair was also in bed. so i wanted to rely the information, so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and got her up. >> and who won? >> mitt romney won with 51 votes. t ri then rick santorum and ron paul tied with 33 each. >> if this is the missing precinct, wolf, mitt romney wins by 20-something votes. >> what is the total for clinton ko county, and romney, santorum and paul. >> oh. are they correct? >> i haven't -- well, god, i oohooh -- i added them up a couple of times, and oh, man, i show romney coming up with a total of 437 votes from clinton county, and santorum had 354. perry had 73. ch paul had 292. huntsman, 12. and gingr
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of 1999. the author says carolyn initially refused to go on the ill-fated flight but kennedy's assistant convinced her to go that morning saying it was a family wedding. hours later, the plane that kennedy was piloting went down in a fog as they were headed to cape cod. the couple along with carolyn's sister lauren were killed in that plane crash. >>> up next on news 4 at 6:00 a new plan to ease congestion where drivers could soon be allowed to drive on the shoulder to avoid traffic. >>> high pay and happy workers. find out which city ranks number one for employees. and dan is here with a look at what's coming up in sports. >> hey, ladies. it's a skateboard getting a key member of the ravens in trouble and the wizards turn their defense to quiet the thunder as >>> traffic on the i-270 corridor is notoriously bad but now there is a proposal to try to ease the gridlock by allowing commuters to drive on the shoulder. the plan would apply to a 13-mile stretch of 270 between frederick and clarksburg. news 4's erika gonzalez reports now from gaithersburg. >> reporter: what is being proposed as
it report, we get something done. >> good evening, every one. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm cheryl jennings. san francisco new sheriff faces criminal charges tonight. >> sheriff ross mirk reeny has been told to turn himself in, stemming from charges of domestic violence on new year's eve. vic lee is live at the hall of justice, vick? >> sheriff mirkarimi charged with three counts, one count of domc
? >> carolyn, tonight, two families lost homes here, everything they had is gone. and now, a third trailer damaged this, one directly behind me. at least aas you can see, it's intact. fortunately, everyone is okay, including that 12-year-old girl, sent to the hospital for smoke inhalation. the fire began in the mobile home in the middle. the blaze spreed almost immediately to one on the left. the mobile home to the right had only minor damage. first, you'll hear from the sister of one of the mobile homeowners. she lives next door. and next, that owner's 9-year-old daughter. >> people were screaming outside. i'm just looking and i saw oh, my god i'm like sorry. you know, it's i.was screaming and everybody was saying get out of the trailer. started screaming and yelling. she can barely breathe. >> i heard noises coming from the house. i thought my neighborhoods were inside. once i went inside of the truck i saw flames coming out. i got worried and i was just scared uk see a huge cloud of smoke for miles on a day with little wind. that helped firefighters contain the blaze. it took almost an
address, coming up tonight. >>> until then, good night. >>> good evening, everyone, i'm carolyn johnson. >> abc's coverage of the state of the union address begins in just a moment. >> first, top stories tonight. police say a 15-year-old foreign tourist swaulted this morning was unconscious when it happened. the person on the stretcher is a suspect, an 18-year-old man from southern california. other members of the tour group called police when she wandered from them. investigators say they found the suspect assaulting the girl in the bush autos san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi tells abc 7 news he has no plans to step asichld he is set to stand trial on domestic violence charges. mayor ed lee called mirkarimi to city hall to talk about how he plans to do his job during the trial. mirkarimi says he can handle it and adds he will not take pay during time in court. >> apple received a best ever earnings report today, setting new records thanks to
-needed moisture to the bay area. good evening, everyone, i'm carolyn johnson. >> it's not a huge storm, but we can use every drop of the rainfall. >> let's turn to spencer christian. >> there are many drops on the way now. you can see there is heavy rain north of the golden gate but wide spread skmufing south ward and eastward.
'm carolyn johnson. >> an east bay man pleaded guilty to charges involving a multi million dollar real estate scheme. >> authorities made a federal case out of it. it's a story the i team broke. >> it's a story you'll see only on 7 tonight. >> this is a step for investors but they're still feeling impact with savings, gone, and credit ruined. jim used to call himself the leftas
to get the judge to keep him from his wife and son. in the newsroom, abc 7 news. >> thank you. carolyn and the 2009 mufrder of a father and his two sons in san francisco is heading to trial. the accused killer is a gang member in this country illegally. vic lee reports there is a lot after tension and security focused in this case. >> the trial being held in a secured courtroom with extraordinary security. the courtroom floor is shielded from the public. among spectators were friends and family of the victims. the widow was led into court. her sole surviving son is a prosecution's main witness. authorities are concerned that they can be the target of retaliation from the violent latin american gang ms 13 and the district attorney came to show support for the family. >> we have a mother and other kids impacted in this case. it's very tragic. >> and this prosecutor led the jurors through that fateful day. and ramos is accused of shooting to death bologna and two of his three sons in a narrow street. dofshman says ramos wanted to avenge the shooting of a fellow gang member days before by
. >> and good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn tyler, we begin for the search for a jail escape. >> he's wanted for burglary. there is a manhunt for a man that they're looking for. jose luis gonzales fito. >> this is just one of several road blocks. we've lost daylight. deputies have been sechg since 2:00 this afternoon. they're searching hills just north of the jail. and that is where this escape was head. we're told he was
can. >> carolyn is with you as well? >> question. yes. i received a call from about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get ahold of someone from 2-2. at that time they gave me a name, and i tried calling because it's late here. they were in bed. and the chair was also in bed. i needed information, so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and woke her up and got her up. >> ward 2, precinct 2. who won? >> mitt romney won with 51 votes. rick santorum and ron paul tied with 33 votes each. >> so that's 51 to 33. if this is the missing precinct, wolf, add it up there, mitt romney wins by 20-something votes. >> what's the total for clinton county, romney, santorum, paul? >> oh. are they correct? i haven't done -- i -- oh, god, i added them up. i added them up a couple times. oh, man. i show romney coming up with a total of 437 votes. from clinton county. santorum had 354. perry had 73. paul had 292. huntsman, 12. gingrich, 151. michele bachmann, 62. and there were five votes for herman cain. >> the numbers we just received from the county chairwoma
a library. >> good evening, i'm carolyn johnson. >> an fran sheriff ross mirkarimi will not be allowed to go home to his family any time soon he made appearance on domestic violence charges and the judge extended that order that keeps him away from his wife and child. we are live in san francisco with what is an emotional appearance. >> this was a long day. ross mirkarimi sat from
, executive editor richard kim, democratic congresswoman, carolyn maloney, heather mcghee, director of the washington office, josh barro,. i want to talk about mitt romney's taxes for the second week in a row, from here until the election happens quite frankly. we can do four hours every weekend about mitt romney's taxes as far as i'm concerned. his taxes continued to be a significant obstacle and problem for him in terms of the campaign. in the last debate, romney was not only debating newt gingrich on the topic, he was parentally debating himself. first he said this about his investments. >> first of all, my investments are not made by me. my investments for the last ten years have been in a blind trust managed by a trustee. >> blind trusts are people, my friends. get that? he didn't make those investments. right? he did not make the investments. then he went on to say this. >> the speaker, you've indicated that somehow i don't eastern that money. i have earned the money i have. i didn't inherit it. i take risk. i make investments. those investments lead to jobs being created in a
, this is not the first time being called to duty. carolyn and not wilson are in the final hours of their time together before they are separated for a year. linton wilson is one of 100 guardsmen who will leave their families behind. >> i am glad my wife has my daughter while i am gone. >> it will be a difficult time. it will mean a year apart. the unit is ready and they are excited to go. >> this is the 22nd post-9/11 deployment for the d.c. national guard. 32 are being deployed for a second tour of duty. these cousins are heading overseas. they are one of three pairs of cousins and this unit that are being deployed. >> i am ready to go. i have my cousin with me. >> just in case he needs help or need some moral support, i am therefore him. >> this sergeant is being deployed for his second time. this time, he is a new father. >> i am going to miss a lot of for firsts. she just started smiling and laughing. i will miss that. >> it is not lost on these men and women that as other soldiers are coming home, they are being sent to a war zone. they will join 90,000 other soldiers currently on the ground in a
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